Komatsu Wheel Loader WA95-3 sn: HA980376 and up Workshop Service Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Workshop Service Manual for Komatsu Wheel Loader WA95. 
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Covered models:
    WA95-3 sn: HA980376 and up
Format: PDF, 198 Pages
Language: English
    Information on these Operating Instructions 
        Why You Should Read these Operating Instructions 
        Notes on Safety Regulations 
        Correct Use 
        Safety Notes in the Operating Instructions 
        Standards and Guidelines 
        CE-Conforming Equipment 
        CE-Conforming Equipment of the Manufacturer According to Document 42W-93-11130 
        Loading and Transporting the Machine 
    Loading and Transporting the Machine 
        Securing the Articulated Steering 
        Lifting the Machine 
        Driving Machine Onto Loading Area of Transport Vehicle 
        Securing the Machine During Transport 
        After Transport 
        Dimensions, Weights, and Operating Values 
        Technical Data 
        General Safety Measures 
        Safety Instructions 
        Safety Devices 
        Emergency Exit 
        Clothing and Personal Protection 
        Machine Modifications 
        Before You Leave the Driver's Seat 
        Mounting and Dismounting 
        Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting 
        Protection Against Asbestos Dust 
        Protection Against Injuries 
        Working at High Temperatures 
        Roll-Over Protection System (ROPS) 
        Attachment for Protection Against Falling Objects (FOPS) 
        Before You Start the Engine 
        Workplace Safety 
        In the Driver's Cab 
        In-Door Operation 
        Gas, Dust, and Inflammable Vapours 
        Mirrors, Windows, and Lighting 
        Machine Operation 
        Before You Start the Engine 
        Driving On Slopes 
        Emergency Lowering System 
        Working Close to Overhead Power Transmission Lines 
        Good Vision 
        Working On Snow 
        Height Limitation 
        Working On Loose Soil 
        Working with the Forklift Truck Attachment
        Parking the Machine 
        Loading and Unloading the Machine 
        Safety Measures During Maintenance 
        Prior to Start of Maintenance Measures 
        During Maintenance 
        Positions of Safety Labels 
        Information Labels 
        Controls and Indicators 
        Overall View of the Machine 
    Controls and Indicators .
        Overall View 
        Instrument Panel 
        Warning Lights 
        Control Lamps 
        Measuring Indicators 
        Control Levers, Pedals 
        Articulated Steering Catch 
        Traction Device 
        Door Unlocking System
        Alarm Horn for Reverse Driving (Option) 
    Operation .
        Running in the Machine 
        Preparing the Machine Start 
        Visual Checks (also refer to chapter "Maintenance Prior to Machine Start") 
        Adjustments Prior to Machine Start 
        Adjusting the Driver’s Seat 
        Adjusting the Steering Column 
        Adjusting the Armrest 
        Adjusting the Rear-View Mirrors 
        Adjusting the Heating and Ventilation System 
        Operating the Air Conditioning 
        Putting on the Safety Belt 
        Starting and Switching Off the Engine 
        Starting the Engine 
        Switching Off the Engine 
        Driving with the high-speed gear 
        Changing the Driving Direction 
        Reverse Driving 
        Longer-Distance Driving 
        Operating the Machine 
        Tyre-Appropriate Operation 
        Adjusting the Bucket Positioner 
        Working With the Forklift Truck Attachment
        Precautions For Special Operations 
        After the work is finished 
        Instructions for Winter Operation 
        Longer Standstill Periods of the Machine 
    Troubleshooting .
        Warning Lights and Indicators 
        Electrical System 
        Hydraulic System 
        Driver's cab 
        Emergency Steering Characteristics 
        Emergency Lowering System 
        Starting the Engine with a Battery Jumper Cable 
        Towing the Machine 
        Inadequate Braking Effect 
        Maintenance Basics 
        Cleaning the Machine 
        Working-Area-Dependent Maintenance 
        Lubricants and Operating Agents 
        Replacing Safety-Related Parts 
        Spare Parts and Consumable Components 
        Electrical System 
        Torque for Standard Nuts and Bolts 
        Maintenance Schedule
        Maintenance Prior to Start 
        Cooling System, Checking the Coolant Level, Topping Up Coolant
        Engine, Checking the Oil Level, Topping Up Oil 
        Engine, Draining Off Oil 
        Checking the Fuel Level, Refuelling 
        Checking the Controls 
        Checking the Electrical Connections 
        Heater / Air conditioning: checking rate of air flow 
        Other Maintenance Measures Prior to Start
        Maintenance upon Demand 
        Checking the Air Conditioning System
        Maintenance Every 10 Operating Hours 
        Maintenance After the First 50 Operating Hours 
        Engine, Changing Oil and Replacing the Oil Filter Cartridge
        Replacing the Oil Filter Cartridge 
        V-Belt, Checking the Condition 
        V-Belt, Checking and Adjusting the Tension
        Hydraulic System, Replacing the Filter Insert 
        Checking and Tightening the Wheel Nuts 
        Front and Rear Axle, Oil Change 
        Transfer Box Gearing - Changing Oil 
        Maintenance Every 50 Operating Hours 
        Checking the Cooling System, Coolant Level in the Radiator and expanion tank 
        Draining Off Water and Dirt Deposits From the Fuel Tank 
        Checking the Service Brake and Oil Level, Refilling Oil 
        Checking the Battery and Acid Level 
        Re-Charging the Battery 
        Maintenance Every 100 Operating Hours 
        Draining the Water Separator, Removing Water and Dirt Deposits 
        Maintenance Every 250 Operating Hours 
        Changing the Engine Oil and Oil Filter Cartridge 
        Checking the V-Belt Condition 
        Checking and Adjusting the V-belt Tension 
        Front and Rear Axle, Checking the Oil Level 
        Air Filter, Removing and Re-Installing the Filter Insert, Checking and Cleaning the Filter Insert
        Cleaning the Radiator Segments 
        Maintenance Every 500 Operating Hours 
        Changing the Fuel Filter and Filter Element 
        Changing the Filter Cartridge of the Hydraulic System 
        Cleaning the Water Separator 
        Transfer Box Gearing, Checking the Oil Level and Refilling Oil 
        Air Filter, Replacing the Filter Insert, Replacing the Safety Filter 
        Heater/Air Conditioning: cleaning/replacing Filter Fleece or cleaning Condenser 
        Checking the ALS-Accumulator Gas Pressure (Option) 
        Maintenance Every 1000 Operating Hours 
        Cooling System, Exchanging Coolant and Cleaning the System 
        Front Axle, Oil Change 
        Rear Axle, Oil Change 
        Transfer Box Gearing, Oil Change 
        Service Brake 
        Checking and Adjusting System Pressures 
        Checking and Adjusting the Valve Play 
        Checking and Adjusting the Injection Nozzles, Nozzle Pressure and Fuel-Jet Pattern 
        Checking the Accumulator Gas Pressure of third Control Circuit 
        Maintenance Every 2000 Operating Hours 
        Hydraulic System, Oil Change 
        Ventilating the Hydraulic Oil Tank 
        Cooling System, Checking the Antifreeze Content of the Coolant 
        Checking the Cooling System 
        Checking the Fuel Pump 
        Checking the Fuel and Coolant Tubes, Replacing the Tubes (if required) 
        Checking the Water Pump 
        Checking and Adjusting the Fuel Injection and Injection time 
        Technical Data
    Technical Data .
        Noise Emission Levels 
        Vibration Level 
        Limit Values for Slopes 
    Special Equipment and Attachments .
        Structure and Functioning Principle of the ALS-Electronics 
        Precautionary Measures for Switching on the ALS-Electronics 
        Operation of the ALS-Electronics 
        Handling of the Pressure Accumulator 
    Index .
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